• Sacada. Body Technique and Aesthetics

    A preparation lesson for the upper and lower body. Music: Bahia Blanca (Carlos di Sarli).

  • Sacada. Connection, Timing and Space

    A lesson that teaches you how to manage the embrace and how to create space for the movement. Music: Bahia Blanca (Carlos di Sarli).

  • Sacadas for Men

    On how to leave a trace of the movement and how to move backwards keeping your intention forwards. Music: Mi Dolor (orchesta Juan D'Arienzo, singer Osvaldo Ramos).

  • Sacadas for Men and Women

    On the importance of contra-positioning and on how to move backwards keeping your intention forwards. Music: Mi Dolor (orchesta Juan D'Arienzo, singer Osvaldo Ramos).

  • Sacadas. Insights, Going Deeper into the Shapes

    You'll go deeper in the understanding and feeling of the connection. You'll learn to shape your dance from the inside out. Music: Junto a tu corazon (orquesta Josè Garcia, singer Alfredo Rojas).

  • Back Sacada for Women

    Tips on how an uncomfortable structure like back sacada for women can became pleasant, on leader's correct position while leading it and many more. Music: Te llaman Malevo (Orquesta Anibal Troilo, singer Tito Reyes).

  • Sacadas for Women – Same Position, Different Exits

    A class in which you'll learn to keep on looking for contact during sacadas, but for the contact that comes from different types of motions. Music: Tenia que suceder (Orquesta Carlos Di Sarli, singer Mario Pomar).

  • Backward Sacada for the Follower. Detailed Technique

    The structure in this lesson is mostly suitable for couples who practice together on a regular basis and the video will show you why.



The Tangomeet lessons program is built in a progressive manner, the difficulty of elements and combinations taught increasing over the months. The lessons will be delivered to your Tangomeet account gradually in the order that has been chosen by our maestros.